Jane Bozarth, Author, Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How-Tos of Working Out Loud
When you ask, What does learning look like? no one answers, Someone talking in front of a room. We learn by doing, and by telling what we're doing, and by watching others do things, and by showing others how we did something. Narrating work can solve so many problems for both organizations and individuals, from capturing tacit knowledge, to easing transitions when workers depart, to reducing duplication of effort, to further enabling informal and social learning. What does it look like, and how can Training & Development (T&D) help it happen?
- Just what is ‘working out loud’
- The power of narration
- Capturing tacit knowledge
- Reducing the duplication of effort
- What we learn ourselves from ‘working out loud
Dr. Jane Bozarth's career has spanned platform training, eLearning design and development, and now focuses on social and informal learning and using technology to support that. Her dissertation research focused on social learning and learning in communities of practice. She is the author of many books including Social Media for Trainers and Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How Tos of Working Out Loud. Dr. Bozarth is a popular conference speaker and often appears at LSG and LPI events.